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Mar 18, 2013 4:00am PDT
political election or campaign. time now to check out the monday trade with ben lichtenstein of ben, always good to have you on this show. > > good morning. thank you. > i want to back up just a minute, though, to friday, and on friday alan greenspan was talking about the fact that he believes there is no irrational exuberance to stocks right now on cnbc. was that a buy signal, a sell signal, or no signal at all? > > i think it was a continuation of the existing buy signal for the most part. clearly this market has been establishing areas of value to the upside. one thing that traders need to be aware of is the fact that when a market moves from point a to point b, it doesn't go in a straight line, it pauses, and kind of regains strength if you will, or regains momentum, and those areas of pause are considered to be areas of value where the market trades sideways before it develops again vertically. in this case, it has been upside vertical development. anybody who is short this market is trading an opinion, not the market. the market clearly has been establishing areas of
Mar 19, 2013 4:00am PDT
out more than $2 million in campaign funds to relatives during the 2012 election. payments to children, spouses, aunts and uncles did not involve taxpayer money and are legal. however, campaign fund watchdogs contend there is a conflict when family members belong to special interest groups. move over superbowl. the ncaa is now the ad champion when it comes to sports championship games. the month-long tournament known as march madness brings in more ad revenue than any other sports championship all year. ad spending surpassed a billion dollars last year. the average ad during the final game is $1.4 million. the first round tips off tonight. still to come, dollars and cents: why banking at a credit union could save you more money than you would think. that's later on. but first, a new book is stirring up conversation about women in the boardroom. thoughts on that and more next with bill moller, after this "in the know" message. you remember the old virginia slims cigarette ad, "you've come along way baby?" women have made strides, and it's important to take stock of those advances during
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